John Batanudde Ronald Sebuguzi and Leon Ssenyange (photo by: John Batanudde)

Ronald Sebuguzi heads into the third round of the National Rally Championship targeting another points haul to keep him top of this year’s standings. 

Sebuguzi and co-driver Leon Ssenyange currently lead the championship with 160 points ahead of Hassan Alwi

A top position from Masaka rally will guarantee the crew the lead into the fourth round. 

“Of course our plan is to collect some valuable points here. It’s important that we do because it puts us further ahead.

“The championship is a marathon. So every round is mileage covered. We would want to look back and see what we gained from the event and move to the next with a plan,” said Ssenyange. 

John Batanudde Ronald Sebuguzi during CMC event in Mukono(photo by: John Batanudde)

Sebuguzi in his Mitsubishi EvoX is expected to start car number seven on the road. 

“I think this year’s rotational start order was a brilliant idea. We start seventh which should be a good place for us.

The crew is determined to advance their last year’s fourth position from the same event.

He is expected to face a tight fight from several crews including his rival Jas Mangat, Hassan Alwi, Ponsiano Lwakataka and other crews whose target is to finish in top positions. 


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